I try to generate the output loop instead of writing the output. What solution do you have for this code? Thanks for any help.


#include <stdio.h>
{int i,j;
return 0;}                  

Automatically convert C code to text. Output as follows:
5 4 3 2 1\\
4 3 2 1 \\
3 2 1\\
2 1\\



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  • Your solution does not use fpu. What is more important is to clarify what you want to achieve. It sounds like you want to convert arbitrary C code to LaTeX, which is in general not feasible AFAIK. – Schrödinger's cat Nov 8 at 14:09
  • I searched a lot to find nothing to convert. With the many packages I said, maybe a pack would make my job easier. Thanks. I'm waiting for a good idea. Because the number of applications takes too long to convert. – M.Ahmadi Nov 8 at 14:28
  • Can't you just include the output that the codes generated (perhaps along with their listings)? – Schrödinger's cat Nov 8 at 14:31
  • No, my goal is to produce output with Tex. – M.Ahmadi Nov 8 at 14:36
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    But then you will find undoubtedly C codes which cannot be recast into LaTeX. Your example is neat, but this a simple thingy that can be done with LaTeX. Some more complex C codes cannot be rewritten in LaTeX, I am afraid. – Schrödinger's cat Nov 8 at 14:38

Maybe finding something similar to this, a driver for the programming language to translate the output into latex? Then you call the generated .tex into you main latex file.

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